I own a Tosh 5109 which has performed flawlessly for over 2 years...I'm adding a DVD player to another set-up and have more confusion now than I did 2 years ago because there were not that many progressive scan DVD players on the market and I wanted to stay with Tosh since I have their 40" widescreen set. While I can purchase the 9200 for less then 50% of its retail price any day by checking pricescan.com, I do not listen to many CDs. Those that I do play are not in DVD A format. Does that mean I should rule out the 9200 and go with the next model "down"...i.e., 6200? Or should I wait until October, which is fine with me to look at the 2 new progressive scan DVD players which Toshiba will release? Since I believe one of the two will have the ability to play DVD A, will that kill sales for the 9200, since it is now the only Tosh player which plays DVD A and will be deemed older technology once the other 2 are released? Phil PS: Or should I just bag Toshiba and buy the Pioneer Elite DV-37 since I don't need DVD A found in the DV-38?